- BALANCED AND CONTROLLED CAUSE: This means that the exact amount of force required is applied in the correct amount and in the most constructive way in order to effectively deal with a problem.
In the case of a panther, probably the most controlled approach would be to HANDLE it through the use of the skills of an Wild Animal Trainer. Failing that, weapons to subdue (APPROPRIATELY ATTACK), or even kill the animal would have to be used. Balanced and Controlled cause is main attribute of the Analytical Mind: it bases the actions it will dictate on impartial and intelligent calculations uninfluenced by emotions or reactive impulses. It seeks to deal head on with the problem and to unconditionally handle it to a satisfactory and permanent conclusion. The most satisfactory conclusion of all would be off course one which enhances the well-being (survival) of all, panther included, and allow oneself to go about his daily routines and duties, unfettered by the panther. The Keynote of this Level is Creativity.
- UNBALANCED OR UNCONTROLLED CAUSE: In the case of a Black Panther, this attitude would be mostly observable in states of frenzy. Although mainly observable under more casual and far less threatening circumstances, it is yet a theoretical approach toward a Panther. Possibly because anyone harboring such an attitude toward a wild animal would endure a prompt and painful demise, it may have been originally omitted as a possible alternate. In the case of extreme Dangers such as the presence of a Panther in one's stairwell, it is unlikely to manifest itself except where the circumstances surrounding the presence of the Panther have compounded a pre-existing condition of case overwhelm therefore have triggered the revivification (an actual reliving of something that occurred in the past) of a past incident. In more mundane examples, unbalanced or uncontrolled cause includes inappropriately antagonizing, attacking imaginary enemies or even friends as if they were real foes, the Use of Overwhelming or unwarranted deadly force, the unjustified destruction of property and the use of Sadism and Revenge to subdue an enemy. It runs through the entire gamut of Paranoia and is also the primary cause of violent crime. It is also the basic philosophy underlying Extremism and it is where Scientology, when used in unscrupulous hands, becomes entirely subverted and degenerates into a form of advanced Psychosis. The Keynote of this level is Destruction (Inverted Creativity)
- INVERTED CAUSE: In this case Cause itself has become inverted. The individual still faces the threat but seeks being cause by dramatizing being effect. The person still views the problem and its danger in its entirety, but withholds all action and denies self truly being cause. While the preceding level dealt mainly with Evil Purposes and Postulates, this level manifest itself mainly with SUCCUMB.
- BALANCED AND CONTROLLED EFFECT: If someone considers the Black Panther to be an obstacle that is deemed to be too overwhelming to face or impossible to overcome, the most controlled approach is to AVOID it. In other words, one will seek to circumvent it and try to function in spite of it, without truly dealing with the issue. In many cases, it may be workable, at least temporarily. It tends to be the most expedient solution.
- : UNBALANCED OR UNCONTROLLED EFFECT: Fleeing can simply be defined as an uncontrolled avoidance. The fears and phobias within the Reactive Mind cause the individual to strongly recoil (FLEE) and to seek safety by being so far that the Panther is no longer being perceived. The mechanisms behind being the adverse effect of things or people (PTS) are found at this level.
- INVERTED EFFECT: IGNORE: Ignoring a problem is the paramount of NOT-IS-NESS. The individual has become so much effect that he believes he has actually become cause and therefore feel he can ignores the problem altogether, as it no longer truly exist.
Drug addiction and the adoption of "Safe Solutions" are some of the most common manifestations found at this level.
Translated into the conditions of existence: